Restoring deleted folder designs, and returning their documents to their rightful place

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“I’ve deleted a folder—the design itself—not the documents contained in the folder. How can I get everything back to the way it was?” This is a…

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Investigating private views, folders and agents in Lotus Notes applications

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There’s little doubt that private design elements are powerful and flexible tools for Notes developers, but at the same time, managing them and…

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Ytria tools grid user interface tips and tricks

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A ‘grid’ interface is used extensively throughout the Ytria product line. On its surface, it’s a simple and intuitive means of displaying large…

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Understanding Lotus Notes Parent/Response document hierarchy

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The way that Lotus Notes manages document relationships is quite flexible and powerful but it’s also an area where you might encounter some…

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Design element hiding: A quick way to gather complex selections of Lotus Notes views

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The version 10 release of Ytria’s EZ Suite toolkit was a major upgrade that brought a veritable cavalcade of new features (and the more recent 10.5…

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Upgrading Lotus Notes folder/view designs: a scanEZ tutorial for advanced users

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We recently needed to update a number of folders in an internal application and found that scanEZ along with the undocumented ‘@UpdateViewDesign‘…

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Lotus Notes Profile document management and troubleshooting with scanEZ

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Though scanEZis very much a general purpose Lotus Notes and Domino database toolkit, folks often tell us that Profile document issues were what…

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Keep track of Shared Action usage in Lotus Notes applications with actionBarEZ

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Shared Actions in Domino Designer In these days of XPages and Web-access Notes applications one might inclined to…

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Back from the NSF grave: How you can (sometimes) restore deleted Lotus Notes documents

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Notes/Domino data loss is never fun. It’s bad enough when you lose data because of random bad luck (say, cosmic rays decide to bombard your hard disk…

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